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10 Questions
Wildlife filmmaker, on her Green Oscar-winning Sirocco: How a Dud became a Stud
Movie Review
Intimate personality studies bring the three main characters to life in this intriguing world of sports and crime.
Movie Review
Unmatched cinematography takes the audience into the neurotic world of Birdman, where reality merges with fantasy, and truth with imagination.
The Nutcracker Restaurant
With cas­ual menus, funky decor and a happy vibe, many are tempted by the charming new eatery with its promise of all-day breakfasts and other ‘eggetarian’ fare.
Gossip
Floating over a sea of people at Diggy Palace, the witty Bilal Tanweer as the toast, and a line of stars attracting crowds: what's not to love about JLF 2015?
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
Column
Business in bitesizes
Cover Story
delhi elections
Pehle AAP or BJP? The battle cries get shriller and the rhetoric sharper.
delhi elections
The Also-Rans?
The Congress has to make a real ‘effort’ to fight the election
Pavithra S. Rangan
National
population: religious census
Leaked data creates a scare that belies scientific projections
opinion
Disruptions, ambivalent PMs, ordinances, Parliament is a reduced place in India today. Still, there are some bright spots.
politics: rajasthan
A dubious ‘education’ push by BJP govt
politics: sad-bjp
The BJP patches up with the Badals with an eye on Sikh votes in Delhi
International
opinion
India, Pak were close to real breakthrough, Modi must pick it up
india-us ties: comment
The new Indo-US ‘strategic embrace’ raises prickly questions
Business
Reminiscence
The Tata sky is a limitless firmament, and its gods a generation of Parsi gentlemen like no other
cars: safety standards
Car owners be damned, the government panders to industry on car safety norms
Society
parenting: hyper about baby
No longer the simple task it once was, parenting now means micromanaging child-rearing
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
I may not agree with everything Outlook says, nor would Outlook agree with most of what they perceive I say.
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Why I Love Outlook
It brings varied content to the reader in appealing layouts, imparting knowledge as well as giving me company for 20 years now.
Arif Zakaria
A random sample from the British newspapers
Arts & Entertainment
appraisal
The uncommon talent that was behind the Common Man
Books
profile
A meeting with the author driven to commit ‘artistic suicide’
Review
The impulses of foreign blood join the fading old aristocracy in this tale of examining roots in ’80s India
Anjana Basu on The Way Things Were By Aatish Taseer
Review
There is little spark in Muk­herjee’s prose to light it up, but when did we last hear or read a spirited defence of Ind­ian democracy’s ‘darkest period’?
Uttam Sengupta on The Dramatic Decade: The Indira Gandhi Years By Pranab Mukherjee
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